Nashville Repertory Theatre 2018-19 Season - Nashville EPA (04.29.18)

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Nashville Repertory Theatre 2018-19 Season - Nashville EPA (04.29.18)

Nashville Repertory Theatre
Nashville, TN

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Nashville Repertory Theatre 2018-19 Season - Nashville EPA (04.29.18)

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Call Type: EPA

CONTRACT
SPT
SPT7 principal’s minimum weekly salary is currently $505.00.

PERSONNEL
Chase Miller | Company Coordinator/Artistic Assistant

In the room will be:
Rene Copeland, Artistic Director
Jon Royal, guest director for Topdog/Underdog
Lauren Shouse, guest director for Avenue Q Jason Tucker, music director for Avenue Q Russ Davis, accompanist

OTHER DATES
Callbacks for specific Nashville Repertory Theatre productions will be held between May 1 and May 8.

Performances run Wed-Thurs at 6:30p, Fri and Sat at 7:30p and Sat at 2:30p. A CHRISTMAS STORY performances include Sunday at 2:30p.

OTHER
To assure slots are given out in order request received, if leaving a voicemail message be sure to mention any times you would be unavailable during the posted audition hours, as well as any preference you have (subject to availability). If making an online request, be sure to fill out the form completely

For more info go to www.nashvillerep.org

An Equity Monitor will not be provided. The producer will run all aspects of this audition.

Equity’s contracts prohibit discrimination. Equity is committed to diversity and encourages all its employers to engage in a policy of equal employment opportunity designed to promote a positive model of inclusion. As such, Equity encourages performers of all ethnicities, gender identities, and ages, as well as performers with disabilities, to attend every audition.

Always bring your Equity Membership card to auditions.

SEEKING
Equity actors and singers for various roles in the upcoming season. See breakdown.

Local Nashville area actors strongly encouraged to audition

BREAKDOWN

Roles available for Nashville Repertory Theatre 2018-19 Season

All performances in the Johnson Theatre, Tennessee Performing Arts Center.
For roles indicated as “CAST”, actors will be considered as possible replacements, should any become necessary.

Equity Stage Managers are not being sought at this time, however stage managers may send resumes to chase@nashvillerep.org.

AVENUE Q
music & lyrics by Robert Lopez & Jeff Marx,
book by Jeff Whitty.
Director: Lauren Shouse.
Music Director: Jason Tucker.
Rehearsals: Aug. 13—Sept. 5, 2018.
Previews Sept. 6 & 7.
Runs: Sept. 8—22.
Anticipating 5 AEA contracts to be cast among available roles.

Seeking:

An ensemble of seven (3-5 male, 3-4 female).
Brian, a laid back guy

Christmas Eve, a therapist who moved here from Japan

Gary Coleman, yes, that Gary Coleman, superintendent on the Avenue. Kate Monster/Lucy - CAST

Princeton/Rod Nicky/Trekkie/Bad Idea Bear

Mrs. T/Bad Idea Bear

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A DOLL’S HOUSE, PART 2
by Lucas Hnath.
Director: Rene Copeland
Rehearsals: Sept. 22—Oct. 10, 2018.
Previews Oct. 11 & 12.
Runs: Oct. 13—Nov. 3, 2018. Anticipating 4 AEA contracts to be cast among available roles.

Seeking:

1 male, 3 female.

Nora Helmer

Torvald Helmer

Emmy Helmer, the daughter of Nora and Helmer (actress of color are strongly encouraged to audition)

Anne Marie, the Helmer family’s nanny

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A CHRISTMAS STORY
adapted by Phillip Grecian.
Director: René Copeland.
Rehearsals: Nov. 12—21, 2018.
Preview Nov. 23.
Runs: Nov. 24—Dec. 22, 2018.

Anticipating 5 AEA contracts.

All roles CAST: The Old Man, Schwartz, Ralphie/Ralph, Randy, Mother, Flick, Scut

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TOPDOG/UNDERDOG
by Suzan-Lori Parks.
Director: Jon Royal.
Rehearsals: Jan. 19—Feb. 6, 2019.
Previews Feb. 7 & 8.

Runs: Feb. 9—23, 2019.
Anticipating 2 AEA contracts.

Lincoln – CAST. Male. Seeking:

Booth: Male.

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SHAKESPEARE IN LOVE
by based on the screenplay by Marc Norman & Tom Stoppard, adapted for the stage by Lee Hall.
Director: René Copeland.
Rehearsals: Mar. 2—20, 2019.
Previews Mar. 21 & 22. Runs: March 23—April 20, 2019.
Anticipating 5 AEA contracts to be cast among available roles.

Seeking: 12 males, 3 females. Actors who play musical instruments are encouraged to audition. Nontraditional casting will be used. Actors of all races/ethnicities are encouraged to audition.

Will Shakespeare, poet and playwright

Kit Marlowe, colleague, friend, and inspiration

Fennyman, the money

Henslowe, owner and manager of the Rose Theatre

Richard Burbage, lead actor of the Chamberlain’s Men

Lord Wessex, betrothed to Viola

EdmundTilney/Sir Robert De Lessups, the Lord Chamberlain/Viola’s father

Viola De Lesseps, disguises herself as actor Thomas Kent

Nurse, servant to Viola

Queen Elizabeth I/Molly (a tavern whore)

Ned Alleyn, lead actor of the Admiral’s Men

Ralph, actor

Robin/Frees, actor/Fennyman’s henchman

Nol/Lambert, actor/Fennyman’s henchman

Wabash, Henslowe’s stammering tailor and actor

(Internship roles not being cast at open call: Webster, Sam, Peter, Adam/Boatman, Catling, Kate.) ============

Full and fair casting consideration will be given to ethnic minorities, women, seniors, and actors with disabilities. Performers of all races and ethnicities are encouraged to audition.
www.nashvillerep.org

APPOINTMENTS
Call (615) 349-3217 or visit Nashville Repertory Theatre’s website audition page to fill out an audition request form (http://nashvillerep.org/theatre-auditions). Office hours: M – F, 9AM – 5PM. Online requests, voice messages, and phone calls will be responded to equally, with appointment slots being filled in the order the requests were received.

Union

EPA

Audition Information

Where

Nashville Public Television
161 Rains Ave
Nashville, TN 37203-5330

Rehearsal Hall, Studio A

WHEN
Sunday, April 29, 2018
11:00 AM - 7:00 PM

Accompanist provided this day after 12:30PM
Break from 4PM – 5PM

WHAT TO PREPARE

Please bring TWO current headshot and résumés. IF AUDITIONING ONLY FOR NON- MUSICAL SHOWS: Please prepare 2 contrasting monologues together totaling no more than three (3) minutes.
If interested in SHAKESPEARE IN LOVE it is recommended that proficiency with British dialect is demonstrated. I
F AUDITIONING FOR SHOWS INCLUDING MUSICAL: Please prepare 1 or 2 monologues and up to 32 bars of a song, together totaling no more than three (3) minutes.
PLEASE NOTE accompanist hours above for each day. Please bring sheet music in your key. No dancing will be required at this audition.

Minors must be accompanied by an adult

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